Team Brisbane to exhibit at Asia Pacific’s leading incentives and meetings tradeshow.
Brisbane Marketing is pleased to welcome Rob Nelson as its new Brisbane Convention Bureau chief.
Brisbane Marketing members were front-runners at the recent annual 2014 Queensland Tourism Awards, in particular the multi-award winning Emporium Hotel in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley.
The international event attracted approximately 3000 domestic and international media and 4000 delegates, and was a once-in-a-generation opportunity to experience being ‘capital of the world’, cementing Brisbane’s reputation as a city that can host major conventions successfully.
Your delegates can enjoy the best of Brisbane’s summer during your conference with these exclusive events.
The Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre hosted the 29th International Horticultural Congress, bringing over 3000 delegates from 91 countries to Brisbane and an economic benefit of $11 million.
The host of the inaugural Brisbane Global Cafe has urged Turkey to continue the format before it hosts the 2015 G20 Leaders Summit.
The Brisbane Global Cafe will feature 75 international experts sharing their insights at City Hall on November 12 and 13.
Professor Max Lu moved to Brisbane from China in 1987 to study a PhD in chemical engineering and found the city to be a “hugely beneficial” place to build his career.